Have you considered nginx? We use httpd but our reverse-proxying needs are pretty simple. I've been meaning to try nginx.
http://nginx.org/en/docs/http/websocket.html On Wed, Aug 14, 2013 at 7:42 AM, Pierre Goupil <goupilpie...@gmail.com>wrote: > I use only Tomcat (7.0.40) and I must admit that with NIO connector and > useNative=true, the performance looks nice. I have no use for an httpd for > the moment, but I'm not in production. > > I plan to load test my app, if you're interested, I can communicate the > results to you. > > As a side-note, on the Tomcat list, many people are starting to talk about > better WebSockets support in Tomcat 8 and the dev seem to realize that > there is a strong expectation for them, so maybe they'll try and convince > to work hand-in-hand with the httpd / AJP people? > > Anyway, thanks again and keep up the good work! > > And of course a big "thank you" to the people from the great Wicket, too! > :-) > > Regards, > > Pierre > > > On Wed, Aug 14, 2013 at 3:33 PM, Emond Papegaaij < > emond.papega...@topicus.nl > > wrote: > > > Hi Pierre, > > > > Good to hear you like it! Unfortunately, we are still waiting for the > rest > > of > > the server stack to support websockets before we can actually use it in > > production applications. Hopefully, with the release of jee7 (with > jsr356) > > maintainers of httpd and ajp will finally realize they need to support > > websockets as well. > > > > Best regards, > > Emond > > > > On Wednesday 14 August 2013 12:01:05 Pierre Goupil wrote: > > > Good morning, > > > > > > All apologies for this totally off-topic message, but I would like to > > say a > > > big "THANK YOU" to Emond for his work on wicket-atmosphere. > > > > > > His code is far from trivial, yet it is a real pleasure to use it. > > > According to me, the killer-feature is the fact that we have an > > > AjaxRequestTarget to work with which triggers a Comet / WebSocket > > response. > > > > > > Thanks again, man! > > > > > > Pierre > > > > > > -- > "Un truc bien avec la musique, c'est que quand elle te frappe, tu n'as pas > mal. > Alors frappez-moi de musique ! > Frappez-moi de musique, maintenant !" > > (Bob Marley : "Trenchtown Rock") >